News Monze Swallows Football Club Manager Fewdays Musonda has parted ways with his employers on mutual grounds. Musonda who has been at the helm of Swallows since February this year agreed to leave the club which desperately needs to fight relegation.

Musonda who has a rich coaching CV from both local and international duty, has run his race with the Southern Province-based side in a turbulent way.

“He is a very good coach, he did all that was asked of him but it was not enough, and maybe issues to do with finances made his work quiet difficult. We truly appreciate his services as he put the team first ahead of his personal interests. In short he had to die with the team and for that we shall [for] ever remain grateful to him,” Said club general secretary Nicholas Moomba.

“A lot of things were brought forward in the meeting last night (Sunday); finances, team performance among others, and in moving forward both parties agreed to part ways mutually. It is on record the team hasn’t been doing well and we need to find a quick solution to save the team from relegation,” Moomba added.

The Swallows executive appreciated the cordial atmosphere and maturity that prevailed during the meeting.

“The Justin Ngosa-led executive and Mr Musonda made huge sacrifices to enable the club compete favourably in the elite league under extremely difficulty circumstances and we hope that they shall be light at the end of the tunnel for Swallows,” said Moomba, adding that the club would soon name a new coach while Musonda’s former assistants, Erick Njobvu and Mwala Hachuma would take charge in the interim.